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AP: Govt clueless about rise in H1N1 cases

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"It is clear that IPM does not have the expertise to detect whether the nature of the virus has changed but the strange issue is why national laboratories working under the Union health ministry could not make any headway," said RTI activist Bakka Judson, who filed the RTI. While hinting at the quicker spread of the virus in the prevailing hot and cold weather conditions, experts caution, that it is better to remain alert for one more month. "Two months ago, we sent swab samples from swine flu patients to National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), New Delhi, so that the latter could study further whether the nature of the virus is changing or not but we do not know what happened next," said Dr K Narasimhulu, swine flu coordinator, Gandhi hospital.



Read at: Govt clueless about rise in H1N1 cases - The Times of India

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